Apple Class Action Law Suit Settlement Reached

Apple has reached a settlement agreement with lawyers representing just about anyone who owns a 3G or older iPod that is having battery problems.

All Persons residing in the United States who purchased or obtained a new First, Second, or Third Generation iPod on or before May 31, 2004.

You are not part of the class if you do not meet the above definition, or if you purchased or obtained a Fourth Generation iPod or later, iPod Mini, iPod Photo, iPod Shuffle, or iPod U2.

Settlement provides different things depending on which iPod you own, when it was bought, and if you have purchased a replacement battery. For instance, if you purchased a 3G iPod on or Before May 31, 2004, you receieve an extra year of protection on just the battery. If the battery goes bad, you can either send the iPod to Apple for battery replacement or iPod replacement or receive a store credit for $50. Unfortunately, the $50 cannot be used in the iTunes store.

You can find out more information in the settlement FAQ. The link below goes to the site of the law firm that filed the suit. That is where you can download the claim forms.

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